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Where to Eat Out in San Francisco

Updated: Aug 8, 2018

San Francisco has one of the most diverse and rapidly growing restaurant scenes in the United States.



San Francisco has one of the most diverse and rapidly growing restaurant scenes in the United States. From burritos to barbecue pork buns, you’ll be able to find almost any cuisine you’re craving. In fact, there are so many restaurants (with new ones opening every week), it can be hard to know where to start. Yes, you can certainly scour yelp reviews for the next two hours or you can first read these links below.


What’s Hot Now

Here's some links to the latest and greatest covering the food scene in SF

Eater SF: The 38 Essential San Francisco Restaurants

Eater SF: The Hottest Restaurants in San Francisco Right Now

Thrillist: The Best Restaurants in San Francisco Right Now


Zagat: Hottest Restaurants in San Francisco

Iconic Restaurants

Eater SF: 25 Classic Restaurants Every San Franciscan Must Try

Thrillist: The 20 San Francisco Restaurants You Have to Try Before You Die

7x7: San Francisco’s Best Old-School Restaurants


Cheap Eats

Eater SF: Essential Cheap Eats in San Francisco

Eventbrite: 10 Essential San Francisco Eats for $10 or Less

SF Gate: San Francisco’s Top Rated Cheap Eats, According to Yelp


Food Trucks

Off the Grid: Over 50 weekly food truck and street vendor events in the Bay Area every week

SoMa StrEAT Food Park: A “culinary carnival” with food trucks, beer, wine, TVs, games, etc.

Spark Social: Food truck park/beer and sangria garden/event space

Roaming Hunger: Food truck map


Did you go down a hole and just need food delivered to you? Or maybe you realized most of these places require reservations and you can just get it delivered? Check out this post on the best food delivery apps in San Francisco.


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Like a lot of people who live in SF, I'm not originally from here and it took a while to get things figured out. I want to pass along everything I've picked up along the way, albeit in a fun and snarky tone, so you can have the fast track to getting acclimated.

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